- Police Minister Bheki Cele will visit Bulelani Qholani who was dragged naked from his shack by police earlier this week
- South Africa reacted negatively to a video of Qholani being dragged by police shortly before his shack was demolished
- Qholani has revealed that he was taking a bath when the police pounced on him and did not let him dress before he was removed from the shack
Police Minister Bheki Cele has decided to pay a visit to the man who was dragged naked from his shake by police earlier this week.
The Khayelitsha resident, Bulelani Qholani, was caught on camera being dragged by police officers out of his house before it was demolished.
Police officers prevented him from entering his house before it was torn down. Qholani revealed that he was taking a bath when the police entered his shack and attacked him.
Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans have been left traumatised after a video of Cape Town law enforcement officers stripping a man of his dignity emerged.
The 4 police officers involved have been suspended and are under investigation for the incident.
The video circulating on various social media shows several City of Cape Town law enforcement officers dragging a man, who had been taking a bath, out of his shack while the naked man is fighting to go back inside the shack, presumably to put on some clothes.
The City of Town is in the process of suspending four law enforcement officers who were caught on camera manhandling the naked man in Khayelitsha, said News24.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that controversial Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato claims Bulelani Qholani, the man who was dragged naked out of his shack, took his clothes off on purpose.
On Wednesday, a video was shared of City of Cape Town law enforcement officers dragging a naked Qholani out of his Khayelitsha shack during evictions.
Speaking to eNCA, Plato has suggested that Qholani took his clothes off as a tactic to make the City of Cape Town look bad.
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